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THE ELECTRIC LIGHT.
-eotio Urged b Dr. Mott Fully Anmred,
N w YoI.x, JcjGuary 2, 180.
To the Editor of the Ilorald t
In lesterday 's Hralld Henry A. Mott, Jr.
. . OresatS ten .1j cthions to the use 0
qleatrilty for domenstl illumination. As
the b)e tbjiaiobinc5l twiudethorewhiohare gener
ally ourrent I beg space for a brief reply,
thob h some of them have already found
st tori y snswwe In the ioports and ex
a· ollatte of Edttllo,'5N ivelntiotl, which have
rom time to time aitlpperedl ill yyourcolullmns:
First-- i ne J edts that electriiety c'annot be
sta.ed and that thaerefr n any br tkage orf the
tttlIi Iatrl tu lt Iitrtrupt the
iTght to whi.eI l reply that fronm Its pImpliid
ty f O0t0IPItItictloL the elct rlo appara'tus
woild he but slightly tliabl, to tlirair ultitnPtt,
Iarroptiolnl would bhe prohbably les trouble
dome t.Bi those whlth tctr Irwinth b isknagI
or le.skate from pasl pipe. It will, perhaps,
ou luu ispstleadietl.t iateach generator ahoulit
ave a duplIcaLte or galsakio battery so ar
Ilad a to he nutlomastlally set in actlon
bYth stoppangse of tile currentt.
lBeond--He paesuioe that with a given ap
paratus It will require nearly the same
power to produo a small as a large amount
of electrlety. On the contrary the maginetlet
. ance, .i overoomlttg which most of the
his ctpetuded, can be graduated simply
S 0ly i accordanco with the required
amount of llumination. Every one who has
10ed the magneto-eleotrlo machine is familiar
b fthe Uts wea of eft-utiig this result.
Thlrd--The cost of the electLrlo light is as
rted to be much greater than that of gas.
his may be tt us of the imperfect appIlaliRne
theritto in use, but under ( Edison's system
though that system will doubtlesth Ihe further
roved) It is destined to be far more econoin
than any other known means of illumlus
ot, iwonse the Intense inou4ndescoiicio pro
ed (as shown by Tyndall) gives rigin to a
ler amount of light in proporltio to the
t emitted, tian any luminoui s t~dy ex ept
sun the ratio hiblig pniably three tiwmu
her ,ban that of a gas flame.
ourth--TMi ne sartion that t he current can
Uot be uttilisd beyond 9j,) feet 1s trufe only
when the quantity is small or the orldluctuorl
Itperfect or inlatdequate. In practice, how
yevr, it will not be ineessary to convoy it
very far from its source.
Fifth--Within eurtain limlti tihe division of
the naterlal whclh Is suhjllltl to in in
Oelastene produote no great change in the
total amount of light evolvet'd. Thl state
ent that the Wallae mnl.line gives but six
Ilfhts to the horse power is mulsleading. ir a
a\urrent of this strength 14 u-ed .after E ii
sun's method in six lamps elaih should give
-ore ldht thtan 1i0 nlondle. It can certainly
7~divided very far beyond t his.
ixth.and tieventll I I thest.r'ngth of the ecur
I-nt varies the light will tluttiattt as gselight
does under varying pr.es.ure, Ielt every on11
ho has tried both knows that the el!it rl. Is
y tfar the steadier light, being lttle afftecte
c currents of air or by changes in atmuos
pberto temperal.tur'.
-ighthIt- I'hlohjojelotin that it will he xpen
IvYe to tdistribute elect ricit y from a la.u sit
seems extraordiniary inI view of the fact
!sat nothinr is requli. hilt ordinary cnl
octinrg wires, whtn t~st woull lie but a
small fraction of that of such a systemLI of
tubing as is nutnasary to eonvey gas. 'To
m.easure the sRupl y ta.t, )nsu tllrH Hlmple reg
Istering ekletrt-mntg'tLc ilt moete lmlay be deo
eied, which, unllike gts motors, may be made
to record witll perfect actcuracy.
Ninth--This otjection refers to the divisi
ltyof the light, whlch has been already no
Tenth-rho objection that people will ho
l1ine moonstruck by the electric light (If so
rlously otiTereti) suggeKsts that po+sibly its
author has experinc Inti the off et of a mItalIgn
Influence of the kllnd, to the llt r 'lulit of thei
-ental equilllbrium that shouli always be
preservedu by a Ph. D.
The elecotric light surpasses all others in
purity and brilllaucy, and it lmay te rendered
bolutely safer-a most ilnportatt constilkra
tldwhen we regard the vast numb.er of dle
astrouls ires whcih we owe to our present
.eans of lillumination. JLequlring no air to
slatain It, it neither robl). the atoephere of
Our dwellings of lli vital constltuo.ut nor
lade it with a lnoxins 1il ultn to poison
uir lungs. ExuA it. Pl'ma.tNo, M. 1).
TIHE ELECU'I'IlC IIATILE.
light of Way Over the Pennsylvania Road
Boored by the New Telegraph
Co npany.
PHILADELPHTA, Janl. 5.--It was reported
.esterday thtat the PennsylvanIa ltallroaid
has given notice to the Western Union 'o'le
graph Company that the character of their
speclal and general contracts itas to right of
way will have to be Changed. byi) February
15. This report took a moreo dlinite shapo,
when it was understaxi upon the bet
authority that the principal provision of
the formation of the Texas liuprovemient
nmpany for the extenalon of the r',xal Pa
Cttle Railroad from Fort W frth to El l'aso,
-He that the Alurnelean Union Telegraph
Company ahould have spec'ial privileges over
the Pennsylvania l t llroa'd andl Its anll.
tione. It was reported yesterday that Preit
dent Scott had slgnlld an agrevein't with Jiay
Gould by whith it was stilpulated that all
lnch facilitles pratlcable be granted to the
American Union telegraph Company. It is
said to be further agreed thllt all gile
rat contracts with the Western Union
Telegraph Company are to be abrogated,
and that Mr. Golld further stipulated. that
all special contracts with the Western Union
shall be modifled, or If such miolletfitlon is
refused, annulled. The Amerlicu Union Tel
egraph Company agrees on its part to fully
equlp with telegraph wires the main stem of
the .ennsylvania road by February 1. 1*40,
and all its branches by April 1, 1880. The
offloers and some of the prinlcipal stockhold
are of the American Union Telegraph Com
pany oonflrmed the report last evening, but
did not wish to give the details at present.
It is understood that there are at present
thirty-four contracts between the Western
Union Telegraph Company and the Pennsyl
vna Rallrtd.
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THE SOUTH.
Uo to December 25 Selma, Ala., received
095,56 bales of cotton.
Two large cilar factories are to be removed
from Havana to Key West.
It cost $1110 to send a forger from Colemaq
county to Hantsville, Tex.
T. Upehurch, of Greene county, Ala., has a
powder gourd 131 years old.
A street car company has been organized
and incorporated in Jacksonville.
Cotton averaged three-fourths of a bale to
~he acre in Gibson county, 'rTenn.
The pooulatlon of Augusta, Ga., is 27,012, a
.ainot 184I during the past year.
Thesugar-cane atmout St. Augustine is tas
geling-a very unusual phenomenon.
The canal at Columbia, 8. C., was begun In
1853. They hope to complete it soon.
The Agritaltural and Mechanical College of
Alabamaa at Auburn has 200 students.
Atlanta claims an increase of 1000 to her
population during the past two months.
A crate of green peas were shipped from
Jacksonville, Fla., to Boston last Monday.
A band of pickpookets from Chicago have
been doing up some of the towns in Texas.
The Missouri, Kansas and Texas pays out
*7000 a month to employes at Denleon, Texye.
t are reaching Florida in squads
and twenty from the North and Can
The extra session of the Tennessee Legisla
ture, which lasted for eight days, cost
A elege for young women is about to be
~Iirshed at Norfolk, Va., by the citizens of
catp lae
The Oharlotte (N. C.) Observer chronicles the
arection In the immediate future of a cotton
_Aetory n that city.
A twelve months old boy in Reldsville. N.
.s blessed with eight living gtandmothers
padte.suSt.andmotheraa .
Kuesll e~a, young sP9ae Cooentaba,
war instantly killed by a loaded wagon peas
oig over his body and neak.
The new dpepot of the Gulf, Colorado and
Sa8 nti, Fe allway at Galveston' , Tex., is one
bl ock loU and enry" ,.. w,te.
Dutring the month of December the assays
of bullion at the United Htate assay omce at
Charlotte aggregatei $~05i9, I.
A colored child, near Pensacola, was butred
to death a few days since by her dress aelc
dentall y taking tire while she was standing
on the hearth.
The Mobile Cotton Exchange has provet
such a financial succese that tho mctmbe'rs
have declded to erect a handlotne building for
its exclusive use.
The earth Is Ro cracked on the prsirlie in
Erath county, 'lexnn, that it Is dangerous to
ride on them. 'Ihe last rain fell on the
twent y-ninth of .July.
(Capt. (. E. Whiting, who r.nently died at
EatAlnton, Oa., at the age of sixty-nine years,
had been In the employ of the (ieorgla C(en
tral Rallroad from lt. wbginning.
There are more shle)p in Nuenes county
than any other In Texas. The fall clip
amounted to 8,(cO0,000 pounds. At twenty
cents a pound this would Ianltrount to 0o0,(000.
A young man of l.e county, Alt.,a carried a
turkey to an old friend of Ills a a New Year's
{re.e.nt. While the old peop(l were adrmilrlng
the line gobbler the young man Atole thelr
girl and marriedl her.
In Darllngton county, H. (!., a colored laI
entered the resid,,ene of D)r. Pallmer, during
his absence, and stole several articles of
value, In his search the thief c.nrt across
some brandy which the doctor usedt for nmedl
cinal purposes, and drank so freely of it that
he became intoxltated, and when the doctor
returned he found him lylcg In hle yard
drunk with the articles around him.
The Rev. (JC (1. P'lncknny, 1). 1)., of South
Carolina, is delivering i I.ctur .ortnrnbracink
personal reminlseonioen of the late J,ohn C.
(Calhoun and an account of the great debate
tbetween Calhoun and Webhter in the United
Htat.o Hnote.t. Dr. l'lnckney I[ the only man
living in Houth (Jarolina who wias present.
at this debate. Hlls father was a Itnlghthor
and ausortate of Mr. (Jalhlun, and huence his
knlowlelacg and ilmpressone. of the great
statetman are of uniusual value.
AM7U8EME1NTS.
Academy of Music.
Frou Frou was presentedl last night to a
gooti audience. Miss Fanny I)avenport ap
pearingl as (lilhrrl and portraying tllhe char
al.tor with much force and feeling. lHelr r;il
lrrlr Is an artisti" and llntshed plice of act
Ing, anti one which arouses the sympathirell
and moves the audience with comlpansion for
the hasty, nmisglluited womanll. Those in at
tendolalnllt i t nighllt were entithuhlastih' in their
ntllltlestatllons of appreelatito, arti twice
callul Misr4 Is)veInport before the o'urtin.
'I'o-night Miss Davenport takes ia benefit,
atlil on the one'aslon ibse will aIpptear as Ladlf
"'r tiae in the School for canmiln.
The management of the APademy have
madtle a move which wtill be pplreclratedl by
the patroils of the thoatl'. 'I'tlhy have had
litlographed a diagramn of the interior of the
Acad, my, with the niumlbers of the erats.
Copies of these diagrams CsiI be hald on appil
catllon at tile box ollhse, and with one of tlhen
in his poMessailn a personl can choosoe hisle at
at home and obtain it. through a mntessenger.
(tRANI) OPE IA HiOURsat.
Again a large audience attended the (Grand
Opera louse last night to hear "Le Petit
l)ui" tperformlUsl by the Maurilet (ranlll perai
etulnpalny. 'ITheI performllaIincet was eI+xceillent,
andl t'lt il 'ran on l fro blglllnnn to oldt withoutt H
tidw. Letaoc't. Ilndeed, in th114 Ieautiful opler
ette has foundi new Iblea allt( iIII ogles i ar
monlously the most delo-tpllttting fun with
graceful and, at times, noble IerHae. We will
spoek further on abteIt thlls musc111 , as we have
no time now. It is lIvoly throughoult, aenti
inoital at times, and occa.slolnally of anl ole
vatetl strain.
'aola Marie, as tile Ite rie Itlrtlhtnay, was
In better voice than on Wodhintelday tllilght, hav
nlg almosilIt recoveret f'rot h'r hou lIrsen..ne,
and gave an Idea of her lnelouteatilllt talent
as a sliugr. hhe sang ".Ie t'aLn," lu the
firsUtact, with a splendid wvo.c and such "en
train" as called forth anl Antlihiatlc eneoOre.
She was admirably secondefl by Miss (Ir.
golre In the very pretty dutit that follows,
alnd both showedl their plleasing powers of
vocalizattion. All throeugh the play Pa'la
Marll ilOtted with conslmmatllie art and was
remarkable as It "eOlmediehlnt''" in the sc!nei
where the I'ril )u"w Is di.gluised te a peasant
girl, hIr rounlldellay of "Mlle Ieilles dames
,c4olItez yga" beillng deorl'vedlv !ncored.
Miss (G regoire as the Th-urI'se e I' itrlht'llIy
gave evtlIdenco of a sweet vted, aitd l ganll
rnletllod. Miss Raphael as Dinjr det (Chnhltra.
laittme, directre.s of the coltnvenlt at lllune
ville, ishoweti herself a pretty wlloman (wllich
is at ways a good pollllt). a very good iactress
anll a si-nger of no iiiallln talent, it. exI mplll itll d
uy" her gracetill andll sclintlll I I llt of the
"i 'g nttl do Solf'ogt ."
,Joardi lllakeo at very good i+,A'.tlantry.,
and sang his linte ong of fl' tti dlil m',, "lJ'est
tlihapeau I isH," with ut uchi tnt it andIl b)ravllri.
lie in an intellligelt atlor andli go .l siniger, but
his vltit is siltmewitat. too low lorl tile patrt.
Of U~Ipla's Friloul.e,''W will only say
that he kept tile aluti 'lit' all tilhe time In a
roar of laughter by his tlillitailt colrn ex
prtssion and 11ls way otf saying and acting.
rle is still the same old I)ulan. whllose very
pr(esence in hdays genie Ily would move thil
lparterre anlld gatlleries to protracted and
healtlly merrtiment.
'lthe orchesltrial accompaniments, full of
grace and alwaiye clearly II lIg upll the idea
of the dialogue, were beautifully rendered by
the orchestra, and the chioruste alre so well
I riinei that they seem to act as one per
forellrr, so unaulmously do they render the
incidental parts of the musical comnedy. 011n
in particular, "II a l'or eile basse," is so gra e
lul and was so well given that It had to be
repeated.
TO-sum up, the performance was as good
as could have been desired. Miss Paola-Ma
rie, for we must be truthful, even if pleased,
showed toward the end some fatigue resulting
from her illness, but nevertheless went
through her last pretty song, "Lba plus bol
olciter no peutdonner que co qu'll a," with
remarkable pluck and graid effetc.
Before ending let us say that the public de
mands unanimously that there should be
more light. The theatre, in fact, is remark
ably eombre during anli between acts, and
this depl i es opera-goers of the most fascin.
ating part of the programme mapped out
by most-the sight of those that have come
to see and (may we add?) to be seen. If. also,
the "libretto" man could be kept without,
suppressed, set aside, or otherwise done away
with, in any manner whatsoever, the thanks
of a grateful community would shine as a
crown of glory on the heads of the managers.
To-night, La Grande Duchesse, with Ca
poul as E'ritz.
BATTERY IB'S'" BALT.
The ball given last evening at Grunewald
iHlll by Bachemin's Battery "B" of the Or
leans Battalion of Artillery was well attend
ed, and proved in every respect a pleasura
ble affair. The jaunty uniforms of the mill
tary mingled with the bright costumes of the
maskers lent a charming appearance to the
entertainment. A gayer throng and one
more disposed to enjoy themselves could not
have been brought together. Although the
weather was rather warm to justify un
measured indulgence in the dance, the fact
was not apparent at Battery "B's" ball. Its
success was a just reward to the committee
of arrangements, who had evidently exerted
themselves in preparing and conducting the
brilliant hall.
A RECEPTION.
Yesterday evening a reception took place
at the French consulate. The officers of the
French man-of-war now in port, and a num
ber of representatives of leading French so
cieties called and paid their resnects to the
consul. A warm interchange of kindly greet
ing took place, and a pleasant hour was spent
in social conversation.
8taub, the leader of the grand army of news
dealere. sends us from his caplacoun store at
Goldthwaite's. eorner of Canal and Exchange
Alley, all the latest N-w York and Philadelphia
papers and Detroit Fee Press. Staub's coun
ters are laden with the latest papers and peri.
odlaadl Amereks gsdpieea.
AUCTION? AUCTION! AUCTION!
IIITNDIEIDXI)S OFCI
Waltham American Watches
AT A! T( IT I ON.
To Close the Jewelry Business of
A. M. IIILL,
86 St. Charles St., Cor. Commercial Place.
SALES DAILY AT 11 A. MI. AND 7 P. M.
NASH & HODGSON,
AL J(l "I'(IIC) i I1I ..
The stock embraces everything known to the Jewelry trade,
including a most elegant assortment of Silver Plate, manu
factured by Rogers, Smith & Co., Meriden Silver Plate Com
pany, Wilcox Silver Plato Company, and Reed & Barton.
All articles guaranteed as represented by the Auctioneers.
,, n, .J. II. FRIEN(II will Conduct the Sale.
MAILtýOA I•Y IIntilklE. I ER.NAIRD KIALTZ.
ALRCARET'S
STnIJA L AIN I) AI ICCI IANICAL
BAKERY,
74, 76 and 78 New Levee street, New Orleans.
Tho undorslannd hona lav to call your attention to the following list of CRACKERS
manufacturod by now and Improvod maohinry, and solicit your ordrs:
NAVY BREAD, SODA CRACKERM, XX. XXX. XIXX,
PILOT BREAD, CRRM CRA;KERM, XX, XXX,
COFFEE-UOUSE BREAD, BOSTON CRACKERS,
CRACKER MEAL. [ OSTON BUTTER CRACKERS
CINDER RREAD, XX, XXI, PICNIC CRAKERRS,
GINGER NIUTa, XX, XIX, WATER CRACKERS,
SPICE NUTST, OSITER CRACKERS,
CRESCENT BISCUIT, MILK CRACKERS
MARGARET HAUGHERY & CO.
FANCY CRACKERS.
PEABL OYSTER OBACKERS. GINGEB CREAM OBRACKERS, OBRACKNILS. GINGER
SNAPS. LEMON SNAPS. SUGARB OCAKEB. LEMON JUMBLES. ORESCBOENT BISCUIT, HANhD
SUGAR ORACKERS. NICK-KNAOK CRACKERS, BUGARB ORACKEBRS. MACABONI BNAPS,
GINGER JUMBLES. ORANGE JUMBLES. LEMON CRACKERSBB.
EXTRA FANCY CRACKERS.
ASSORTED OCAKES AND JUMBLES. ARROW ROOT ORACKEBRS. PEARL BIBSCUIT. DRY
SUGAR CAKE. TEA BISCUIT. A B C BISCUIT. LEMON CREAM BISCUIT, STRAWBERRY
BISCUIT. ICED BUGAR OCAKE.
When desired, these goods will be packed in Tin Cases, for foreign shipment, of
5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 pound packages. Having a capacity of manufacturing 800
barrels of Flour per day, we are prepared to receive and fill large orders with
promptness.
oOI am aw MARGARET IIHAUGIHERY & CO.
MALAKOFF BITTERS.
TRY IT ONCE AHD YIOLL DRIl IO10 OTHE.
The Best Tonic in the World.
A Pleasant Morning Beverage.
AN EXCELLENT APPETIZEB AND BEGU
LATOB OF THE SYSTEM.
PRIZE MEDALS RECEIVED
-AT THE
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1878.
A. WALZ, Soie. an.metarer,
asuT 36 Ke aEstmm, New e a.,
- p SUGAR
STANDARD ' #
PURE LOUISIANA SUGAR.
We have in sto-e and constantly arriving
from North Bend Plantation. 8. Mary parish.
the above brand of Bogars, which are put up at
the refinery on the plantation in barrels of the
same make as New York refiners', and which
we offer in lots to suit purchasers.
Bamples a in be seen at our ofice. No. 56
Garondelet street.
nole FELIX WALKER & DYKERS.
THE ST. CHARLES BOTEL
T ILL OPEN FOB THE RECEPTION OF
V guests on MONDAY. sixth Instant. Dur
log the summer the Hotel was put in thorough
order and many modern improvements intro
duced to ensure the comfort of patrons. The
houme is nnsur oed in all that goes make
a FIBST-OLA and ELEGANT-BOTEL. and
will continue to merit the popular favor which
has been accorded It in the pst.
Parties returnupg home will do well to e
ad>lool at FlAML BOOM. before locating
M. SCHWARTZ & BRO.,
149 TO 169 MAGAZIN STRE U
AG.EL.IT. FO
DEAS PATE T ShNA IRP
The attention of the P ublie s partlearli erled to the
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES 1.
Tý reýdautio zs a pospale eonnooat of the deorese Ia the 00st 01f labo ad .auOld I6
hy otwittandlaMs he previousr y ao~OWledgoe
SUPERIORITY OF THE DEANL PUMP,
It has been the onstant endeavor o the manufasoturer to reader t stlll more Worthy of IeI MW
with which it u been received, b euch
IMPROVEMENTS IN DESIGN AND DETAIL
As wiw slmlfr. strengthen and perfect it for the mayr uses to which It aoledtla S
now admittedto be
The Most Perfect steam Pump Made.
n ach PUMP Is subjected to a rigorous test before leavlng the manufactoryn and awery 1m
is ga antedl.
s Au ohblate ourelves to refund the purchase money in ease aar Pump should fall to s
form the work for which we warrant It.
We have constantly on hand a large and oomplete assortment of
PUMPS FOR VACUUM, SYRUP, TANKS AND FEEDING BOIJa.Me .
KELLY STEEL BARD WIRE.
E.LLY rrai.anlS r.sa wa
STEEL BARB FEINCE WIRE.
With the invention manufacture 0d use of BAB P W I dawneod a . EW j 1
il. Previously all fences of wire or wood had to be made of u.o
resist the brute force of the animal to be restral ed and it C lea
strength and activlty of the anima as tow tr the fene aou
broken down or sealed; hepo., tencling att eome ver e
and, In many eases, almost mwsible to be obtai
thus making a reat drwback to the ettlement o
some of the finest portions of oar Continent,
THE EASE AND COMPARATIVE CILEAPNESS
With which BABBED WItE can be transported the small amount of time d labor
to put it up. lts wonderful eff.cinoc as a enon, and Its ComDfParatifve ..,nnJ--
made for It a most wonderfr and remarkable suaooes. The amount of s
have been unvr.edente.. and though little was heard of It for rdeam
all the States and Territories of le Unilted Sates.
We are Prepared to Execute A11 Orders, Small or Lare, Promptly sda at
Low Prices.
FRIEDMAN'S INJECTORS AND EJECTORS.
Te special attention of mapufaeo rers. mill owners, and other partles using s
to the great economy of em eying Inieotors as a means of supplyin water to
In mot eoases these njectors may take the lrane of Bteam Ponump to great van
even whre the latter have been set up and are nog p use. it would beam ter
appiy one of the former also to your boiler. for the ollowng, .among many other reasOn
Pertinent. that might be given:
The Best of Pumps Will Sometimes Get Out of Order,
others treauently. In which case much valuable time Is lost while making rt,
such cironmtanoes. is a comparatively inexpensive machine, alweys n or r an
at a moment's noticoe to take the place oof the disabled Pump and allow the wor to
na unusual had occurred. Then again Ut may be aused to reat adv.aOe , i..nr
during the tiohtime. so ars to be in a good condilob to get tap Aol head
the morning, eething bp this operstoaflonse a
t Great Saving in Fuel, and Wear and Tear of Belerr.
The Steam employed In workinglo the Injector is returned to the Boiler with the Deed
thereby rals. its temperature. and preventina the uneqnal expansion so disastrous to
Plates, naused by Dumping n water at a low temperature.
The Feed Water enters the Boile" through the Ianjector In a otinn. n Ig a g
areat advan taire over the unavoidable intermlttent supply proued b all kin o
These Inj.ctors are warranted to work with the mot perfect re mtulart, d
applied, according to the instructions given, awaranteed to work to the fuel
capat , as laid down n our table.
11t. will also. if desired. be sent on trial to responalble patties for~hir~t dath irIty
oeDte, l ound to work as reprerenteo. otherwise to be returned Iree of eupem as e,
transportation.
DEALERS ..i
JUDSON AND ALTLEN GOVERNORS,
shapley & Wells'
PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOILERS. .
STEAMBOAT, CHURCH AND PLANTATION DRUIM,
Bar, Hoop, Sheet and Boiler Iron,.
WHITE LEAD, _
Steef Blacsmit ools of all dvscription B td a
iles. Sand and Bmry Paere stmor CSde.
Sugari-House and tamsd Lmn and iaa- ,
Puttnam's Polished and Pointed Horse Shoe SBinle aid DoableYTgaae
orzoe esr Self-feed=a Upright Drills.
ore atent TWslt Drids.
Tsnt. p rs0 and Boiler Bivet.,
MOUI~I TA AKE B C&, o.
Lap Welded, Steam and Gas Pipe,
HOLLAND & THOMPSON COMPOUND,
NATHAN & DREYlUs
HTITISTATIC ID8 SELF-1CTIIG IJRBHICATSIS D1 1 _._
-- n i D I M ToO.;PIPE FITTINGO "
toSteam and. .as Pipe Tools o. alt snd ,:
Brassaniron Globe and Ag . ;Brams and Iron 11111 Opr plpg AL aL s,
stiaAataes for New Boilers P arthed on Appes;
it r yinde r san a o Bratss Grnongs w
Nor Joural Bnes. engnes. 5afttilnj Slow and ast 0o11or.RweevinsedI n,,,o
H to - )aea x the us gof oi.
IY.DRAIC AID EIIY-ACTIIST LI "cIICTU R lE.
M.; SOIIWAflZ Sno,
I.,.~OB AGAZZU imui

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